What Nigerians Should Expect from President Trump

Nigeria have had tremendous goodwill and presence in western Europe and United States since restoration of democracy in 1999. Successive United States presidents and western European leaders have accorded Nigerian presidents audience in the White House and same with other western European leaders in their capitals. Former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo secured debt forgiveness from …

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President Buhari Over-reached on His Corruption War

Most Nigerians are squarely behind president Buhari on his war on corruption. Nigerians have seen their local, state and federal treasury looted by politicians and public officials to the point that they are feed up and want drastic action taken. A lot of politicians has been arrested yet no major conviction has been recorded. The …

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Lessons from Edo State Governorship Election

Edo State governorship election has come and gone. Candidate of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Mr. Godwin Obaseki won the election handily. His only main opponent with real chance of winning the election is the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu. The question that must be asked is why did the present …

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Sale of Government Assets to Fund the Budget

Nigerian government appears to be grasping for straw in the mist of mounting economic distress. The honest truth is that Nigeria government from the local to federal level is near broke. The oil prices are not rising as expected and our OPEC quota of 2.2 million barrel of oil per day are not been met …

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